So, you wrote that novel in November for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)! Now what? The final session of this free program presented by Door County Library, NaNoWriMo.org, and Write On will focus on what to do with that novel you worked so hard on for the past 30-some days.
Join us during November for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) at the Door County Library – Sturgeon Bay Branch to work on novel writing skills with facilitator, Brett Reetz. The weekly novel writing workshop will provide you with a comprehensive road map to follow when you are writing a novel. You will be provided with methods, strategies and techniques, as well as rules of the road, the “do’s and don’ts” of contemporary novel writing. The knowledge you will receive will be concise and poignant, providing a reliable foundation upon which your writing will improve.
Session One: Tuesday, November 7 – The Discipline of Writing, Novel Crafting, Resources and Basics.
Session Two: Tuesday, November 14 – Character and Conflict.
Session Three: Tuesday, November 21 – Point of View, Pace, Story Arc and Plot.
Session Four: Tuesday, November 28 – Voice, Details, technique and Style.
Session Five: Tuesday, December 5 – Editing, publishing, Agents and Markets.